Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with bring down:

2 syllables:
being sown,
in town,
twin town,
hick town,
his town,
skip town,
this town,
its own,
thick crown,
were sown,
being bound,
being found,
being grown,
being round,
being wound,
cling round,
his own,
is sown,
ring round,
singh found,
sit downs,
spring found,
spring round,
spring wound,
string found,
string round,
string sound,
string wound,
swing round,
tearing round,
tearing sound,
thing found,
thing round,
thing sound,
tsking sound,
whirring sound,
whooshing sound,
being drowned,
squid hound,
bear down/,
in towns,
king john,
pulled downe,
thing than,
twin towns,
be in doubt,
built towns,
climbed out,
dined out,
him round,
in brown,
in doubt,
in round,
in sound,
jim brown,
quinn brown,
quinn found,
ringed out,
signed out,
since sound,
spin round,
swiss towns,
being bought,
being wrought,
brings out,
build house,
build out,
chewing louse,
chewing mouth,
chilled out,
chris brown,
chris found,
cleared out,
click sound,
ditch round,
eared owl,
filled house,
filled out,
fink out,
frill round,
guild house,
his brown,
his crown,
his mount,
his round,
his wound

3 syllables:
adding sound,
until dawn,
berlin found,
dinner gown,
their town,
addis count,
appear brown,
appear sound,
career found,
clear brown,
eclipse sound,
emits sound

4 syllables:
violin sound,
vitamin found

Some other possibilities:

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